Birmingham, AL (WIAT)-Former Alabama defensive end John Copeland was one of the many highlights of Wednesday's Barons game versus the BayBears.
Leading the defense in the '92 Alabama National Championship, Copeland was a fan favorite.
He signed autographs and took pictures as part of the Travelers Photo Experience.
He also talked up his game and said Alabama's 2011 and 2012 Championship teams don't compare. "'92 is the best defense Alabama ever had hands down," said Copeland.
John Copeland is just one of the legendary players joining Travelers this week at the Barons game. Below is the full schedule of this week's events:
- Wednesday, July 24: John Copeland
- Thursday, July 25: Antonio Langham
- Friday, July 26, "Travelers Night at the Ballpark": Prince Wimbley, Derrick Lassic, Antonio Langham, and David Palmer, the Nick's Kids Fund pre-game check presentation and post-game fireworks
- Saturday, July 27: Tyrone Prothro, 2006 ESPY Winner for "Best Play"
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